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After the auction today

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jfrank1962
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Originally posted by Mack
Sadly, The trencher is on it's way to it's real home....But I got to play in the dirt with it first! :D
Hmmmmm......."real home" ??? Wonder where that could be..??? }:)

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Well here is the picture of me picking it up at Macks place


And some pics when we got home:D




Serial number tag.








Engine runs pretty good BGB is tight, everything seems work. Have some leaks to fix, some wear points to fix, a different seat and of course paint it the right color....:D I want to thank Mack for going to the sale and bidding for me, I was unable to be there and he agreed to bid for me:DdOd Thanks again Paul.

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osenga
Mike What a great find. I want to see it working someday to!!!!! I say wow wow wow After looking at this I don't know if I want to go out to my shop tomorrow now. Lol . So how soon till a post hole digger will show up next is going to be a great question I would like to see one of them too

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GLPointon
Our Trenchers at work have a "creaper gear" to go very slow while trenching. Does this have any type slower ground speed or do you feather the clutch? Very cool attachment! 8D Irrigation, Cable & Electrical contractors would love to have that (me too)

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CarlH
Greg, It has variable hydraulic drive to regulate the speed while trenching. The BGB drives a hydraulic pump then a hydraulic motor drives the B-10 gearbox.

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Talntedmrgreen
Very cool Mike 'n Mack! More reason for me to get down to a show...loaders, forklifts, backhoe's and trenchers. Good time to be a Buckeye! ;) Perry, there was a third unit mounted to a 725 that was on the Hartford, CT CL the first week of October this past fall. Looked real good and had an asking price of $1600. Never heard a thing of it after that though.

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Here is a pic that I took on Sunday afternoon while doing a test dig....:D


Works pretty good but the 23d is a little short on power, mght have to do a repower. I have a good 12HP sitting here that might fit the bill....:D

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